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Stakelogic has strengthened its position in the Romanian gaming market as the online casino content provider teams-up with igaming and online sportsbook operator Baumbet.

The collaboration comes with the latter striving to “stand out from its rivals with a superior game portfolio,” with Baumbet set to take on-board Stakelogic’s entire gaming suite.

“We work hard to ensure we offer the best player experience and that is why we are always looking to partner with innovative and exciting online slot developers. Stakelogic certainly fits the bill and its games are a great addition to our portfolio,” stated Daniel Cordos, COO at Baumbet.

“The integration adds both classic slots and video slots to our game lobby, providing our players with more variety and, most important, more quality content than ever before. Here’s to a hugely successful partnership for both Stakelogic and Baumbet.”

Under the terms of the deal, the developer’s most recent releases, Serengeti Wilds and Gods of Secrecy, will be made available, alongside Book of Adventure and Book of Cleopatra.

The group’s wider portfolio also includes branded offerings such as The Expendables Megaways, Rambo Stallone and The Legend of Hercules, as well as Super Stake versions of Book of Adventure and Book of Cleopatra. Super Stake is a Stakelogic innovation and allows players to double their bet with every spin in a bid to land heightened prize combos.

Stephan van den Oetelaar, CEO of Stakelogic, added: “Baumbet is a leader in the thriving Romanian market and is the perfect partner with which to integrate our full suite of classic slot and video slot games as we look to strengthen our position in the market.

“Our games combine thrilling gameplay with the chance to win big with every spin. This has proved to be a winning formula with players in markets around the world and we believe it will be just as popular with Baumbet and its discerning players.”